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GM touts advances in its EV battery technology with latest Ultium platform details
From flexible pack formats, to cells designed for recycling, to a wireless battery management system designed with help of Canadian talent, GM signals innovation ahead of the Cadillac LYRIQ EV presale launch.
Montreal commits $885 million to electric buses, bikes and cars in the next three years
The City of Montreal continues to go big on clean transit, with an “audacious” plan that earmarks nearly $900 million for charging infrastructure, new electric vehicles and zero-emission public transportation.
Mazda announces the MX-30 EV, its first all-electric vehicle
Mazda has announced its all-new MX-30 EV, its first electric vehicle, which will start at $42,150 in GS trim, and go on sale in the fall of 2021 starting in Quebec and British Columbia. The upper-level GT trim is $47,150.
Audi Q4 e-tron and e-tron GT premiered in North America at MEVS and QVES
The German brand, which focuses on sports and high-end vehicles, will present at the Electric Vehicle Shows in Montreal and Quebec City, for the first time at consumer shows in North America, its all new 100% electric models. Q4 e-tron and e-tron GT.
GM expands Chevy Bolt EV recall for fire risk
General Motors said on Friday, August 20th, 2021, it would take a hit of US$1 billion to expand the recall of its Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles due to the risk of fires from the high-voltage battery pack — a blow for the largest U.S. automaker as it seeks to ramp up EV sales.